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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | September 7, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- A weakened Maryland defensive unit reported more bad news, as defensive line standout Mark Sturdivant will miss a minimum of six weeks with a fractured bone in his right ankle.Sturdivant, a 255-pound senior end who was first-team All-ECAC last year, fractured the medial malleolus bone, on the inside of the ankle, early in the fourth quarter of Satur- day's season-opening 43-29 loss to Virginia. He was not on the field when the Cavaliers broke a 29-29 tie with two touchdowns in the final six minutes.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Correspondent | April 24, 1991
CHICAGO -- Baltimore Orioles first baseman Glenn Davis was absent from the starting lineup for the first time this year, apparently because manager Frank Robinson wanted to give him more time to recover from a nagging hamstring strain."
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Correspondent | April 24, 1991
3/8 TC CHICAGO -- Baltimore Orioles first baseman Glenn Davis was absent from the starting lineup for the first time this year, apparently because manager Frank Robinson wanted to give him more time to recover from a nagging hamstring strain."
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | June 27, 1993
Right-hander Alan Mills has dropped his appeal of the four-game suspension he received for his part in the June 6 brawl between the Orioles and the Seattle Mariners at Camden Yards.Mills, who pitched 5 2/3 innings against the New York Yankees on Friday night, began serving his suspension yesterday and won't be available until Wednesday's homestand finale against the Toronto Blue Jays.If all this sounds very convenient, it should. Mills probably would not have been available to pitch again for at least three days after his lengthy outing on Friday night.
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By Boston Globe | October 18, 1992
BOSTON -- For NBA veterans, exhibition games are for breaking in the old sea legs, busting the rookies and whetting appetites for the regular season.Joe Wolf is an NBA veteran, but in this exhibition season, he is fighting for his professional life.Once upon a time, Wolf was a vaunted North Carolina alumnus, the 13th pick in the 1987 draft. Three teams later, he is a fringe player hoping to catch on with the Boston Celtics.You're bound to see plenty of Wolf tonight in Phoenix. The team's two other power forwards are hurting.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | June 29, 1997
The Orioles are -- quite literally -- limping toward the All-Star break.Left-hander Jimmy Key was forced out of last night's game after four innings with a hamstring strain and the Toronto Blue Jays took advantage of his discomfort and early departure to score a 5-2 victory before 47,687 and move to the threshold of a deflating four-game sweep at Camden Yards.The Blue Jays have sent the Orioles off on their first three-game losing streak since July 22-26 of last year, when they dropped five straight at home to Minnesota and Cleveland.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Correspondent | June 4, 1991
Johnson, in pain from groin injury, delays returnMINNEAPOLIS -- Right-hander Dave Johnson has suffered a setback in his recovery from a deep groin strain and could be weeks away from being able to return to the mound."
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,dan.connolly@baltsun.com | April 29, 2009
Ryan Freel's seemingly ill-fated Orioles career took another hit when he unhappily returned to Baltimore from the Eastern Shore after club doctors refused to clear him for a rehabilitation assignment at Single-A Delmarva. Freel, who was hit in the head with a pickoff attempt against the Boston Red Sox on April 20 and was placed on the 15-day disabled list against his wishes with a nonconcussed head injury, was supposed to play at least three games with the Shorebirds. But when he arrived, he was directed to take an impact test, a cognitive memory and concentration exam often given in post-concussion cases.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | May 23, 2010
Orioles closer Alfredo Simon said the strained left hamstring that forced him out of the 10th inning of Sunday's game with the Washington Nationals shouldn't sideline him for an extended period. But even if he is gone for several days, it would be a big blow for an already depleted and beleaguered bullpen. "I just feel like a little pop," said Simon, who hurt his leg while running to cover first base on a grounder to Luke Scott. "I think it'll be good in a couple of days, maybe just a week."
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2012
Orioles outfielder Endy Chavez, his strained right hamstring still sore after pulling up lame rounding first base last night, is out of the lineup for tonight's game against the Pirates and is currently day-to-day. Chavez said he didn't believe he would have been able to play tonight but said he didn't think the injury would force him onto the disabled list for the second time this season. He spent 19 days on the DL month with an oblique strain. "I feel better today," Chavez said. "It's still sore.
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